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NSR_SHUTDOWN

Section: Maintenance Commands (8)
Updated: Dec 11, 01m
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NAME

nsr_shutdown - Stop NetWorker services  

SYNOPSIS

nsr_shutdown [ -fq | -n | -l ] [ -t timeout ] [ service ... ]  

DESCRIPTION

Use nsr_shutdown to intelligently stop NetWorker services. By default nsr_shutdown will stop all NetWorker services running on a host. Optionally, individual services may be specified on the command line.  

OPTIONS

-f
Force nsr_shutdown to terminate NetWorker services if a graceful shutdown fails.
-l
List all NetWorker services currently running and their child processes.
-n
Run through the service termination sequence but don't actually shutdown NetWorker services.
-q
Do not print diagnostic messages during shutdown.
-t timeout
Specify a total time constraint in seconds for nsr_shutdown to shutdown all NetWorker services specified. If nsr_shutdown fails to gracefully shutdown all listed NetWorker services and the -f flag was not specified, it will exit with an error message listing each service which failed to terminate. The default timeout value is 180 seconds.
 

SEE ALSO

ps(1), kill(1), nsr(1m), nsrd(1m), nsrexecd(1m)  

NOTES

Only processes running as process group leaders may be specified on the nsr_shutdown command line.


 

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NAME
SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
SEE ALSO
NOTES

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